Walkers and buggies enjoying the new path

Walkers and buggies enjoying the new path

A key section of the National Walking and Cycling Network, crossing part of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park has officially opened. The walking and cycling route, which forms part of...
26 July 2017
Shop owner standing beside logo in window

Owner of Nature's Way Ballyhackamore putting up the Pedal Perks logo

cappuccino with bike pattern on top

How do you have your coffee? With a pedal perk?

Peal Perks logo
two cyclists with coffee in hospital coffee shop

Enjoying a free coffee or hot drink for cycling to the Ulster Hospital

Our cyclist loyalty scheme -‘Pedal Perks’ in East Belfast hopes to encourage more people to cycle to local shops and cafes in the area.  Arrive by bike at cafés and retailers near the Comber Greenway...
21 June 2017
A route connecting Bo'ness to Blackness was funded by Community Links Grant money in 2015
More than £15 million in grant funding has been awarded by active travel charity Sustrans Scotland for the creation of walking and cycling infrastructure in Scotland over the next year. A total of 44...
17 May 2017
children throw blossom in the air

Now is a great time to spring green your life

cyclists passing flowers

Enjoy a cycling holiday in the UK with Saddle Skedaddle

At this time of year many of us feel inspired to spring clean our homes. But what about the rest of our life – the services and products that we use every day, often without considering them? Could...
16 May 2017